@Baghi: what's the name of that chassis?
btw I liked that Cooler and can only suggest that reason because the Psu, Case are already bought.
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Where courage, motivation and ignorance meet, a persistent retard awakens.
Battlefield takes in between 1.25GB to 1.5GB vRAM.
Battlefield3 on 2560X1920 will never be able to fill up 2GB of VRAM
On 2560x1600 4GB of vRAM would be overkill. Battlefield 3 is that game which can consume 3GB vRAM even when it's not needed.
What I meant was Battlefield 3 is that kinda game if you've 1.5GB of vRAM in total even then it'll work just fine but if you've something like HD 7970 3GB it'll easily take over 2GB video memory. This game can hog whatever you through at it.
SrcThere is one interesting game to look at right now for video card memory usage, and that is Battlefield 3 multiplayer. There is a big difference between the VRAM usage in single player and multiplayer. When we cranked this game up in a 64 player server at the highest in-game settings we saw it get near to 5 GB of VRAM usage on Radeon HD 7970 at 4X AA at 5760x1200. This game seems certainly capable of maximizing VRAM usage on video cards in multiplayer in NV Surround or Eyefinity resolutions. It makes us really want to try out 4GB, or higher video cards. A couple of 4GB GTX 680 video cards are looking real interesting to us right now in this game, and from what rumors we have heard, Galaxy is very likely to make this happen for us.
Even at that resolution is that even possible?
Last edited by Baghi; 15-05-12 at 01:51 AM.
INNO3d ichill gtx 670 2GB OC
Source: Inno3D iChill GEFORCE GTX 670 2GB OC Video Card Review :: TweakTown USA Edition
Shit! this thing is competing with pallit jetsream 4gb variant of 680 and even ahead of it in most of the game's benches
and look at those load temperatures
hoping its price be reasonable also. maybe 430-440$
Last edited by achoo; 16-05-12 at 12:08 PM.